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Romney to reporter: Can we talk about economic issues, you know, the stuff that matters this year?

Video clip here (can’t embed it).  The magic comes around the 2:15 mark, when an exasperated Romney asks the reporter (who is droning on about gay marriage, in-state tuition for kids of criminal aliens, medical marijuana) if there are any “issues of significance” she’d like to discuss.

See, though, she’s just telegraphing the left’s and the MSM’s (pardon the redundancy) intention: get the ADHD public focused on shiny objects to distract them from the colossal failure of Oba-Mao’s government-controlled central planning economic policies.  Sure, jobs have hemorrhaged since he took over, more people have abandoned looking for work, gas prices have more than doubled, foreclosures have spiked, and…oooo, look, gay marriage/medical dope/dog on a car roof!

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May 10, 2012 - Posted by | gay, illegal immigration, media bias, Romney

6 Comments »

  1. I’ve been asking that same question of people who care way too much that gays shouldn’t get married. If Romney wants to end the discussion, all he has to do is say “Let them get married.” Seriously, gay people have not effected my marriage.

    Comment by Alli | May 10, 2012

  2. Or Romney can say “It’s not the role of the federal government to get involved in the marriage business. But hey, while we’re on the subject of the economy…”

    Comment by crushliberalism | May 10, 2012

  3. Romney needs to stay focused on the real issues. It is still about the economy and the current administration would like nothing better than to ignore the failure of their policies. Issues like these are nothing more than distractions from a failed administration, and the left knows it. Now, If we can get the rest of the real folks to recognize that fact, we can get on with the business of defeating the anti-American left and their cohorts.
    I personally don’t give a crap what “gays”, of every stripe, do with their lives. As long as I don’t have to give them any special considerations for their lifestyles. They are free to screw up their lives just like the rest of us. Have at it.
    Liberalism is a serious mental disorder. Treat it as such.

    Comment by Jules P. Guidry | May 10, 2012

  4. Couldn’t agree more with you…unfortunately, he didn’t say that in the past when he supported the DOMA. I honestly believe that in their heart of hearts only Santorum has an issue with gay marriage. It’s painful to watch every politician put on the charade.

    Comment by Alli | May 10, 2012

  5. Still not a word on how bad Obama has sodomized the economy and our deficit? Since marriage is not a federal gov’t issue, WHY aren’t liberals demanding that the discussion remain on issues that ARE?!?!
    Ali, the problem is, regardless of WHO is president, they lack the authority to (I know, never stops Obama) to order that anyone be allowed to marry. Contrary to liberal opinion, the Federal Government is NOT led by an emperor – the federal gov’t actually DOES have limits on its jurisdiction (ghastly, I know). This “issue” is another NON-issue to keep attention off the the REAL issues, and that is the truth that Obama’s presidency is a failure!
    But HEY, let’s just get mad at rich people for being successful (rather than aspiring to be successful as well), let’s manufacture artificial female contraception “victims”, and demand to tax the main tax paying group in order to raise $45 Billion in “revenue” that won”t even scratch the SURFACE of the colossal mega-trillion $ spending orgy that democrats so lustfully wish to perpetuate!

    Comment by Kevin | May 10, 2012

  6. Interesting Kevin. So did you have a problem with Bush’s man, Karl Rove, organizing state referendums on gay marriage in order to bring out the homophobe vote in 2004?

    While I aspire to be successful myself (sort of there, but not comfortably yet) and have no tolerance for the Occupiers, it would be silly to ignore the fact that many rich people became richer in not very ethical ways that have hindered the middle class.

    Comment by Alli | May 14, 2012


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